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Sightseeing by boat in Ryfylke

NORLED offers tailormade sightseeing cruises on the fjords in Fjord Norway upon request. We have various size charterboats, and can also arrange for gu...

Stavanger

Sightseeing in the Lysefjord

NORLED offers tailormade sightseeing cruises on the fjords in Fjord Norway upon request. We have various size charterboats, and can also arrange for gu...

Stavanger

Archipelago Cruise

Stavanger's archipelago has much to offer. About a stone's throw from the harbour of Stavanger we find the beautiful islands and remnants of ancient co...

Stavanger

Lysefjordcruise incl. Preikestolen hike

This trip is an extended Lysefjordcruise wich includes a fantastic hike with a private guide to the plateau of the Pulpit Rock. After a two hour fjor...

Stavanger

Lysefjord Sightseeing - Norled AS

Lysefjord Sightseeing is managed by Norled AS and offers a great range of adventures in the scenic Ryfylke region: - Hiking adventure Pulpit Rock - fe...

Stavanger

Outdoorlife Norway

Outdoorlife Norway offers guided tours and private guiding around the Lysefjord, Stavanger, Jæren and Ryfylke. Hiking, sightseeing and biking tours wit...

Stavanger

Mosvannet/Vålandskogen

Mosvannet lake and Vålandsskogen forest are the most popular areas for hiking in Stavanger. The 3 kilometres walk around Mosvannet lake is a feast for...

Stavanger

Lysefjorden and Pulpit Rock cruise

This sightseeing tour takes 3 hours, with the famous Pulpit Rock in the starring role – and a impressive supporting cast of waterfalls, idyllic isla...
From 400/250 NOK per adult/child

Stavanger

Autumn hike to Kjerag

Join us on a day trip and hike to the famous Kjerag boulder, wedged in a mountain crevasse. Standing on the boulder – which hangs at an altitude of...

Stavanger

Autumn hike to Preikestolen

In October, visitor numbers are dropping dramatically. The holidays are over and the tourist busses are not running any more. At the same time, natu...
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